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holt

noun \ˈhōlt\

Definition of HOLT

archaic
:  a small woods :  coppice

Origin of HOLT

Middle English, from Old English; akin to Old High German holz wood, Greek klados twig
First Known Use: before 12th century

Holt

biographical name \ˈhōlt\

Definition of HOLT

Harold Edward 1908–1967 Austral. polit.; prime min. (1966–67)

Holt

biographical name

Definition of HOLT

Luther Emmett 1855–1924 Am. pediatrician

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